Counseling Center

Bryant Student Survey


Mission Statement

The Counseling Center at Bryant Middle School collaborates with administrators, other educators, families, and community members to provide each student with the knowledge and skills to achieve their highest possible education. The counseling program addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of each student to allow them to be productive members of society. 

School Counselors

Caroline Ingraham, Head Counselor 

  •  (801) 578-8118 ext. 126


Counselors provide direct student services through Individual Planning, Guidance Curriculum, and Responsive Services.

Individual Planning
Counselors provide all students with opportunities to learn and reflect on their personal and academic goals by providing:

  • Small group College and Career Readiness information presentations for 7th graders
  • Individual appointments with 8th grade students and their parent/guardian to discuss the high school transition and college options
  • Meetings with parent/student upon requests

Responsive Services
Counselors have an open door policy, which means that students are always welcome and encouraged to meet with the counselor at their own discretion. Often times friends, teachers, administrations, and parents refer a student who may benefit from counseling. Counselors are available in their offices throughout the day to help students and parents with any concern, which may include:

  • Friends
  • Grief and Loss
  • Family
  • Crisis
  • Bullying
  • Academic
  • Personal/ Social Issues 

Guidance Curriculum
Counselors present information in small group, classroom, and individual settings. Examples of presentations/lessons are:

  • Bullying Prevention
  • Time Management
  • Emotional Self-regulation
  • College and Career Readiness Lessons
  • Suicide Prevention

For more information about the counseling program at Bryant Middle School visit our counseling website:



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